No amount of "Park(ing) Days" can mask the ugly truth that locating parking in the city is the worst—and going to a garage is an admission of defeat most drivers will do anything to avoid. So when one Park Slope resident's car broke down on her block, she was relieved that her car was at least sitting in a legal spot in front of her neighbor's house. But the neighbor wasn't happy when the car sat there for two weeks, as the note above, which was left in the car's windshield, suggests. You can read the whole account of their argument here, but here's the real question: who is acting more passively-aggressively between the two?
Passive-Aggressive Park Slope Parking Battle Hits Crescendo
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